Who’s Hiring This Week

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Millions of job seekers continue to look for new work. Some people simply want to leave their current gigs, whether to switch industries, earn more money or advance their careers. Others have been laid off and want to re-enter the work force as soon as possible.  This means a lot of competition and also a lot of questions. We try to answer those questions every day here on the Work Buzz. We advise you on how to prepare your cover letter and what to wear to an interview, but none of that matters if you don’t have a job to apply to.

For that reason, we continue our weekly feature of companies hiring this week. The 10 companies below are looking for new employees, and you could be one of them.

1. Store Associates
Industry: Retail
Sample job titles: Store associate, key holder, store manager

2. Morgan Stanley
Industry: Finance
Sample job titles: Wealth advisory consultant, senior software developer, Java developer for credit risk

3. Arthrex
Industry: IT (medical education)
Sample job titles: Senior network analyst, senior quality engineer

4. HCA North Texas
Industry: Customer service, health care
Sample job titles: Patient representative, scheduler

5. Collins College
Industry: Education
Sample job titles: Political science, cultural diversity

6. Con-way Freight
Industry: Transportation and delivery
Sample job titles: Truck driver, load planner, human resources manager

7. Robert Half Legal
Industry: Legal
Sample job titles: Trademark paralegal, trade compliance specialist, marketing compliance analyst

8. WES Health System
Industry: Health care
Sample job titles: Psychologist, clinician, mobile therapist

9. PepsiCo
Industry: Marketing
Sample job titles: Customer marketing manager, assistant manager category management and Customer insight

10. CGI
Industry: IT
Sample job titles: Data analyst, Java application release manager

3 Comments
  1. I have applied for well over a hundred positions and have not gotton one. What’s really going on. I worked all my life and can not seem to find even part time work. A am a female over 40 but that still should not be a problem.

    • Carol,
      Thanks for your input on unemployment! I noticed your age of 40, however, how do you think it feels when your 60. After 20 years of working in the Real Estate Management it’s been difficult getting a position in any other field. In essence I know for a fact that age has a great impact on any individual who is desperately looking for a job, is there any help out there? Looking forward to hearing from you, Stephanie

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